Minneapolis-based Coda Music technology today released Allegro 2000, a mid-range notation package. The software draws heavily on the company's high-end Finale 2000 music publishing system and entry-level PrintMusic! 2000 notation software. The company says most of Finale's MIDI features are included in Allegro, including recording of MIDI data; a MIDI Graphic Editing window for tweaking performance aspects; a transcription engine for turning Standard MIDI Files into notation; and HyperScribe, a real-time note entry system where notes are entered by playing a MIDI keyboard while the user controls the tempo. Other features include:
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